from 8th, AJ from 5th, and Austin from Kinder. Alexandra was
again captain and head cheerleader at her middle
school's cheerleading team, and she is maturing very well. It is just
an incredible experience to see her grow up into a young lady.
Choir singing and dance continue to be her number one passions and
she finished 9th among 2000 singers at the Texas State
Regional. OUTSTANDING!!! We are so proud of her. She also continues to
be active in girl scouts. AJ played his second spring football
season (has played a total of 34 games in three seasons). His team
finished second in Austin and went to the state championships. To
our great surprise, his team finished third in the state and he scored a
25 yard run touchdown in the final game.
He played most positions, but focus on TE, DE and LB. AJ also continues to play
basketball and to swim. AJ got his ARROW of LIGHT as a cub scout
and crossed over to Boy Scout. That was a great accomplishment for
him. Austin switched to soccer and I got to coach him for the first time
ever. His team did great with seven victories and one loss.
He is also in cub scouts and is growing very fast.
The summer was
all Texas. Many trips to Port A, Sea World, and other
locations. A fun filled season.
The summer came and went and it was time for the fall routine. Alexandra started her freshman year in
high school (9th grade). She conitnues to sing
in Choir and droped cheerleading for dance. She made a great
decision. AJ started his first year in middle school (6th grade). AJ
decided not to cross to Boy Scouts after all. Oh well. Austin
Theodore started 1st grade. AJ played
his third fall football season, and his team did well. He
has matured so much as a football player adn already played
in 42 games. Austin had his first football season and had a great time.
We celebrated Thanksgiving quietly at home.
Mom made another
sensational holiday meal, we watched football, and we played touch
football in the back yard (Alexandra and Dad vs. AJ and
Austin). We had a great celebration and gave multiple thanks
for everything imaginable.
had our tradional holiday party and gathering to celebrate
Dadís work colleagues and the visit from Grandpa Steve and
Helen. X-mas day was incredible and we had the expected
visit of Grandma Laura. Santa, the Godparents, and the
Grandparents showered once again the kids with lots of gifts and
they were very thankful. Dad decided to learn to use the
rip-stick and got a
and the kids were so good all year that we decided to go skiing to Angel
Fire to celebrate. Alexandra and AJ snowed boarded and Austin
picked up skiing again. We had great snow ball fights and a
We went to Dallas to celebrate the
new year with the Caldwells and had a blast.
Wishing you all the best
and praying for peace, health, and love.
The Carvallo family